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I’m planning on developing multiples Cloud Run projects, and also want to take advantage of monorepo for share libraries & services.

The documentation for this integration is hard to find, even if you try to Google it. Therefore, here I am, trying to make it happen. This is an initial step, there’re rooms to improve the process.

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Part 1: Create a mobile app with a blog feature (Ionic Framework)

Part 2: Sync Post data from WordPress to Firebase

Part 3: Serve WordPress post content on Ionic app

Part 4: Add caching for the blog feature (On going)

In the previous post, I showed you how to prepare the posts from WordPress. Now it’s time to display the posts on Ionic App.

Display WordPress posts from Restful API

With the help of HttpClient from Angular, we can use this service to call the WordPress Restful API.

First, we need to add the HttpClientModule

// app.module.tsimport { HttpClientModule } from '@angular/common/http';@NgModule({ declarations: [AppComponent]…

Part 1: Create a mobile app with a blog feature (Ionic Framework)

Part 2: Sync Post data from WordPress to Firebase

Part 3: Serve WordPress post content on Ionic app

Part 4: Add caching for the blog feature (On going)

In the previous post, I showed you how to create a simple Ionic app, in order to display a simple post content.

There are two methods that can help you to retrieve the post content from WordPress. One is from WordPress API itself, the other is from the plugin Integrate Firebase PRO.

Retrieve Posts from WordPress Restful API

This method…


Part 1: Create a mobile app with a blog feature (Ionic Framework)

Part 2: Sync Post data from WordPress to Firebase

Part 3: Serve WordPress post content on Ionic app

Part 4: Add caching for the blog feature (On going)

Choosing a Content Management System (CMS) for mobile apps is not an issue. There are tons of options out there in the markets, from traditional, decoupled to headless CMS. There are both pros and cons of each solution.

Here is one of my options when building a CMS for mobile apps: WordPress + Firebase + Ionic Framework.

The benefit of…

Dale Nguyen

Full Stack Developer / JavaScript Enthusiast/ http://dalenguyen.me

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